With substantial insolvency experience, we understand the fast and effective winding up of estates, covering the entire spectrum from individual to broad based company.
We have solid relationships with financial institutions and liquidators to ensure control of the process, especially in the field of voluntary liquidations.
It is our policy to assist the client during all the stages of the process using our resources, including the services of senior advocates.
The litigation department forms the backbone of our firm. We focus on civil litigation in the Supreme and Magistrate’s Court.
Our services include inter alia the following:
- Debt recovery
- Litigation relating to liquidations and sequestrations
- Administrative based disputes
- General litigation
Property & Conveyancing
The primary service of our conveyancing department is the transfer of property in a safe, secure and confidential environment.
Our range of services, overseen personally by an admitted conveyancer includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Registration of transfer of immovable property
- Registration of mortgage bonds
- Residential and industrial township development
- Opening of Sectional Title registers
- Subdivision of residential and agricultural land
Our vision includes the contribution to transformation, especially on the commercial front, in South Africa. Our services cover all aspects of this field, including:
- Sale agreements, lease agreements, agreements for sale of business
- Application for liquor licenses
- Valuations of residential, commercial and industrial property
- Formation of companies, trusts
We will always investigate on how to resolve disputes in the most effective way. Mediation is an alternative to litigation and arbitration, in many circumstances.
We will accept appointment as independent mediators in commercial and related matters. We have many years of experience in settling a wide range of matters to both parties’ satisfaction.
Mediation is used to achieve a settlement rather than focusing on the respective rights of the parties. Mediation proceedings are held without prejudice to the parties’ rights. A dispute is only resolved when all parties agree and parties may resort to litigation to have their rights determined.